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# Posted on: 09-Sep-2019 15:06:12.  
Hello,

My customer has an expired version of LLBLGen Pro.
Since we have changed our SQL Server we are limited to 8 tables from the Excel add-in.
We want to know if this is the behaviour off an expired license ?
Also we like to know if we can receive a one/two day license to test with ?
A new Trail license shows the same behavior.

Thanks in advance,

Daniel Brans
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# Posted on: 09-Sep-2019 20:36:53.  
What does 'expired version of LLBLGen Pro' mean exactly? As it doesn't expire, so could you elaborate a bit which version they're using and what 'expired' means? A subscription expires but you can then still use the designer.

I also don't know what the excel add-in is, is this related to a product called 'Atlas' (which we have no affiliation with) ?


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# Posted on: 10-Sep-2019 15:47:06.  
Otis wrote:
What does 'expired version of LLBLGen Pro' mean exactly? As it doesn't expire, so could you elaborate a bit which version they're using and what 'expired' means? A subscription expires but you can then still use the designer.

I also don't know what the excel add-in is, is this related to a product called 'Atlas' (which we have no affiliation with) ?


Our current License has expired in mid-2018. And yes we use a product Called "Atlas-XL" to connect to a AX 4.0 SQL server Database.

We change only the server name (SQL SERVER) in the Atlas-XL, we can connect and we only get 8 tables to see in Excel. It's looks like the same behavior when we used the previos version of LLBLGenPro with the trial license.

Is there a way that we get a full license valid for only 1 a 2 days only to see, if the problem is caused by LLBLGenPRo or Atlas-XL?

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# Posted on: 10-Sep-2019 16:26:59.  
The trial is the full version, it doesn't limit things in any way. Atlas likely limits things as they built their software around the old LLBLGen Pro Lite version which limited things to 8 tables (as it was free). As we killed off the Lite version when we released v5 some years ago, they told people to use the trial version to make changes which is against our EULA (you may not run the generated code from the trial in production).

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Our current License has expired in mid-2018

Again, licenses don't expire, the subscription expires but the software is 100% functional, you just don't have access to updates/new versions. With 'our current license' you mean your LLBLGen Pro v5 subscription?

We don't limit things in any way, nor is the excel plugin something we ship/release so that's atlas' code.

A trial license won't cut it: you can't use the code in production, nor is it limited in functionality (only in time).


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